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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 28, 1914)
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Mr. and Mrs. Garret Ward, who
Sohool will commence in the
have been spending a month at J
Union district Monday.
Pacific City, passed through Clover
H. E. Follett, of Woods, was a
dale Saturday for their home in
Cloverdale visitor Wednesday.
Will Roenicke and wife were in
See “ George” at the Cloverdale
the city from Sundlake Thursday.
Mercantile Co.’s store about that
S. H. Rock and son, John, were new suit. Late patterns of cloth i
in the city from Oretown Satur and the very latest styles id make.
Suits from $17 to $35.
Clias. Fox and Richard Miles
The “ Hizz Fun Makers” have
were passengers to Tillamook Tues been entertaining good crowds at
the Cloverdale hill all this week.
We’re now ready to
School Eoooks, Tablets, ink,
Pens, Pencils and Every
thing Needed in
All Work Guaranteed.
* D. H. FLETCHER \ »
Notice of Contest.
Department of the Interior,
S. Land Office.
Portland. Oregon, August 4th, It*T4
To heirs of Willis Cox, deceased, of
Cloverdale, Oregon, Contestee:
Begin to look up your needs, for
Ralph Nelson left Monday for a They are gentlemenly fellows and
You are hereby notified that Irene
the opening of school will soon be i Lawrence, who gives 243}-a Holladay
few days’ visit with friends in the are giving our citizens good, whole
Ave.. Portland, Oregon, as her post-
some amusement at a mod is t price, here.
office address, did on July fi, li*14, file in
this office her duly corroborated appli
selling them a tilled presciiption
F. Worthington and wife were
cation to contest anil secure the cancel
lation of your Homestead Entry No.
Tillamook visitors several days now and then, just to keep the
02207, Serial No. 02207, made September
humorous side of both seller end
14, loot*, for w S» of n o V 4 , n e % of n w l 4
buyer at high tide.
and n w 14 of s e 4^, Section34, Township
John Leland Henderson, of Til
o South, Range 10 West, Willamette
A pleasant outing party took
lamook, was a Cloverdale visitor
OREGON Meridian, and as grounds for her con
test she alleges that said heirs of ¡- id
place last Sunday when a party of
Willis Cox, deceased, have never re
young people autoed to the beaches
H A. Miles, of Woods, was in sided on said land, have never culti-
Mr. and Mrs. .1. B. Gillum re and Nehalem, where a visit was
i vateil any part of it, have never made
the city Monday.
i any improvements thereon, and there
turned Thursday from their outing had with Mr. and Mrs. MeKimens,
! are no improvents on said land except
Before deciding on a milking an old ;h serted shack and a slashing of
in the valley.
of the latter place. The party con
machine learn about the B. L. K. about two acres, and that said heirs
The storm porch on the school sisted of Messrs. Fred Murphy, Al
have wholly abandoned said land for
milker sold by P'nsker Bros., Til 1 more than six months immediately pre-
house is an added improvement, Boon, Chas. Cooper and the Misses
lamook. All the latest improve 1 ceding the beginning of this contest.
MeKimens and Ava
both in looks and convenience.
You are, therefore, further notified
ments to make it a perfect milker. that the said allegations will he taken
Hr. and Mrs George enjoyed a
as confessed, and your said entry will he
cancelled without fiutlmr light to he
A very pleasant surprise was
visit this week from the doctor’s
heard, cithei before this office or on ap
tendered Grandma Jeni k Wednes
father and mother, of Portland,
peal, if you fail to filo in this otfice
wishes to receive bids from cheese
within twenty days after the FOURTH
makers for making cheese at its factory publication of this notice, as shown be-
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Werschkul
and son Howard, of Portland, were Embroideri club. They took in 1 for tlie vear 11*15. Leave bids with • low, your answer, under oath, spe
cifically responding to those allegations
guc; ts this week of Mr. Werschkul’s 1 their needle work, also refresh- Mark l’>avs, Cloverdale, Oregon, on or of contest, together with due proof that
ments. She was the recipient of before September 1st, 11*14. Company you have served a copy of your answer
brother and family.
quite a number of beautiful and reserves the right to reject any or all on the said contestant either in person
Central Creamery Company.
or by registered mail.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Owens and useful presents. It was in honor hills.
You should state in vonr answer the
family visited over Sunday with | of her t>3d birthday. The club
name of the postotfice to which you de
W h e r e Is Europe?
sire future notices to be sent to you.
relatives in Newhurg. The trip meets next Wednesday with Mrs.
The man who motors from London
H . F. H igbv ,
was made in their auto.
Brighton would never dream of tell H ko . I. S mith ,
: Chas. Johnson.
ing his friends next week that lie had
Mr. and Mrs Hill left Tuesday
'Phe W. C. T. U met in annual spent the holiday motoring in Europe. Date of First publication, August 7, P.*14
But tile man who motored from Calais
for their home at San Diego, Cal.
| session Tuesday and elected the to Boulogne would.
They were accompanied to Port
I following officers for the ensuing
Europe doesn’t mean England to the
land by Mrs. A. I.. Applewhite.
year: President, Mrs. Chas. Blum; average man Try it on him and see. ' Seventeen coming two-vear-oldcalves,
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Purdin, of vice-president, Mrs. Frank Owens;! Europe lie conceives only ns ttie conti Holsteins and Jerseys, good grade, for
Banks, accompanied by Mrs. S. W. secretary. Miss Millie Iler; treas- j The Scilly islanders are much the sale or trade for drv cows. Call or phono
Barker, of Kstella Falls, were in urer, Mrs. W. M. Owen. Commit same. They greet newcomers with in Arha Craven, M< da.
quiries as to affairs in England. I
Cloverdale Thursday, the guests of tees for the various departments have known old country folk in the
Card of Thinks.
Reports were Isle of Wight speak in the same way,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Coffey.
We wish through the Courier to
read showing the society had hten and the people of the marsh country express our sincere thunks to
Mr. and Mrs. Axel Nelson, are
at the back of Pungeness used to and
very active during the past year may even now regard themselves ns
neighbors and friends for their
enjoying a visit from Mrs. Nelson’s
and was in good financial com i extra territorial.
They were the
kindness in our recent bereave
sister and her husband, Mr and
niarsiinien: other people were foreign
Mr. nml Mrs. A. Imluh
Mrs, J. P Anderson, of Fairfield,
ers and Englishmen —London Mirror.
W m . A. H IG H
Druggist and Stationer
Phe funeral of little Grace Eunice,
Judge Holmes will hold court in youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Tillamook countv, September S Alec Imlali, who died Saturday
Ray Cooper, charged with killing morning, took place from the Pres
M Eckers, at Blaine will he tried byterian church last Sunday after
noon and was largely attended.
at this term of court.
Many contributions of flowers ex
’Phe regular meeting of the
pressed the sympathy of the friends
Needlecraft Club was held at the of the sorrowing parents.
pleasant home of Mrs A. Aratili services, including the singing, was
The hours pissed all too quickly. in keeping with good taste and a
The hostess served a delightful large procession followed the re
luncheou and all enjoyed
the mains to the Oddfellow's cemetery
where interment took place.
A Bavarian Apple Pie.
Cloverdalo Hotel Arrivals.
One o f the most delicious ways to
G eo. H ìUovell, Miss Oleson, L.
use apples in cookery is In a Bavarian
pie. Line a deep dish with pastry. 11 King, C. W. Mnpes, \V. I). Ans-
Fill It with breadcrumbs and bake it w an, H. N. Scott, W. K Parker,
until the pastry is done. Then remove Kdit't L. Pike. AhhieC Cook, Port
the crumbs and till the cavity with
chopped apples and nuts and some la n d ; G. H Ward and wife, L. A.
stoned raisins. Sweeten with sugar B ;f k , L J H vile, Tillamook; Ü.
and llavor with nutmeg and cinnamon
L Shogr.-n, Cornelia-; 11. C. Cess,
Sprinkle with cake crumbs and bake
till it is brown on top and the fruit Hoquiam, Wn ; G. W. Pardey, G.
within Is thoroughly cooked. Spread A. I’ ardey. T. P. Noble, G. J.
over the top n lemon flavored meringue Morey, L Morey, Dick Mack, Ivan
and let It become a light brown in the
oven Set the pie away to cool before . Dusen, Carl Fornito— Hizz Fun
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